INJIL YOHANES, I, II dan III YOHANES (John Bible commentary, Indonesian version)
Komentari Eksegesis oleh Dr Bob Utley, pensiunan Guru Besar Penafsiran Alkitab. Ditulis dalam bentuk panduan belajar.
John structures his presentation of the gospel around miracles and signs, interviews, worship and feast days and "I Am" statements. It was written at the end of the first century when John was an old man. The letters of John answer questions about the deity and humanity of Christ, assurance of salvation, brotherly love, rejection of the fallen world system and recognizing false teachers. Part of the "You Can Understand the Bible" series by Dr. Bob Utley, retired Professor of Hermeneutics (Bible interpretation). For more of Dr. Utley's Bible study guides, and audio and video sermons and commentaries, go to www.freebiblecommentary.org
February 27, 2013
resources and languages
Welcome to the page. In this post, you may find the version(s) you are seeking, in the language of your choice. There are versions in many languages. This includes
The New Testament in Malaysian Indonesian – 01
. Malaysian Indonesian – 02
Urdu (Pakistan, India)
; Persian (Farsi) Iran
; Azerbaijan - Iran
; Turkish - Turque
; TAMIL India, Singapore, etc
Mandarin Chinese Version 1
; Chinese Version 2
;. Chinese Version 3
Philippines - Indjil ko susi, ko niwohe i Lukas - nisalin su bahasang Sangihe (Luke)
Classic [original] Greek
;. ENGLISH Excellent accurate 1611 KJV King James Version
; Old English
English Dictionary, Vol 1, Vol 2
English Dictionary, Vol 1
;. English Dictionary, Vol 2
Spanish-Espagnol-Espanol New Testament, Old Testament
Spanish-Espagnol-Espanol Nuevo Testamento
;. Old Testament
What the Old Testament says about who the Messiah truly is
Who is Jesus
; ? What is the definition of a Christian ?
What is some of the historic evidence
;or proof for the accuracy of the Bible
What about the return of Jesus ?
;. What is this, When is this, Why will this happen ?
Is there a spiritual occult secret organization
Charts of the Time of the End of the World
For Students & Scholars: Rare excellent Commentary in English on the best Hebrew manuscripts of the Old Testament
Matthew (also called the Gospel of Matthew) is the first book of the New Testament. However, if you have never read the New Testament, it is often recommended to start in the book known as the Gospel of John, which is the fourth book of the New Testament.
These books are also helpful for historic, language and cultural studies.